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I worked for an retail store that had an ecommerce site as well, and I loved the work. I had always wished that I could open my own store, but never thought I'd have the money or resources to do such a thing, nor did I think it was fair to my current employer, as I put in a lot of extra personal time to make their site successful and I knew that would have to end if I was doing my own site. But, about a month & a half ago, they had to lay me off. I was pretty panicked and as I searched for a new job I spoke to my husband saying how I wished so badly I could find a similar job, because my previous job, I was able to work from home a lot and I wasn't on a set schedule, even thought I worked non-stop it seemed, it was still my own decision and I liked that. So, my husband said, then just open your own store. I never in a million years thought he'd be behind me doing this especially at this time, since we had about 2 or 3 months worth of savings to live on without my job. But, I figured while I was looking for a job, I could research this ecommerce idea, after all I knew quite a bit about maintaining a site, just not a lot about starting one. Fortunately, and I mean FORTUNATELY, I came across on the first day I started researching. Steve's blog has been invaluable to me in making this dream of mine become a workable reality and something I'm soooo excited for. Steve has a way about him that just speaks to a normal person. He makes you feel like you can do this, you just need the tools and you don't have to be a genius to learn those tools. I certainly don't think of myself as not smart, in fact, I'm a very good self-learner, but I have to say that I was in a time crunch to get this thing going, and because the videos and blogs of Steve's that I watched seemed to be so trustworthy and all the information panned out when I'd research more, his site became my go to site when I was looking for the next step. I have been DYING to sign up for his course, but the husband won't let me yet, and I understand because as I said our reserves are very limited and while we realize there is so much more to learn, we have to get the site open so the potential for sales is at least there. But, I think once I get the site live (hopefully in the next week) and crossing fingers we get some sales, I can convince him that the course will help me learn how to make the site better. I have NO DOUBTS that the course is another invaluable tool and even though I haven't been able to start it YET, I would recommend it to anyone. I am a follower of Steve's blog, so when I saw the post about his podcast I was excited for more information. I just listened to the first podcast and as usual, Steve just gives me more confidence that I can do this. I love his approach to the whole entrepreneurial concept and in a world/the internet full of many voices giving their thoughts and ideas on this subject, Steve just really knows his stuff and makes it clearly understandable for everyone. Congratulations Steve on this podcast, I can't wait to listen to more!!!Read full review »
ISherrGrl via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/15/14
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rogerrobey via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/15/14
I love the philosophy of the podcast. I am in early stages learning about this--I think it will be a great help.
Bren1984 via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 04/15/14
wowww congrats you on your lauch , improving day by day .really loved your new blog design and now podcast . Best of luck mate . i really learned a lot from you and looking forward to hear great advices . Thanks
maliyah987 via Apple Podcasts · Pakistan · 04/15/14
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